MEDINA, Ohio — Metropolis Council has handed a resolution to use American Rescue System Act (ARPA) funds for the demolition of a dwelling on Foundry Avenue adjacent to Ray Mellert Park.
“This ask for is to use the ARPA cash that ended up authorised by our legal professional to demolish the residence at 368 Foundry St.,” said Parks and Recreation Director Jansen Wehrley.
“The home has not nevertheless transferred as of these days, but we want to be a little bit proactive and get the obtain get secured so that we can get the property down and the home cleaned up and then include it into Ray Mellert Park,” he stated.
In other news, Mayor Dennis Hanwell spoke about a significant city Memorial Working day custom.
“I’m satisfied to report that we will be possessing the Memorial Day parade this May 30 and it will take location as it has in the previous, with the lineup in entrance of the courthouse and the library and Garfield Faculty,” he claimed.
On top of that, town Engineer Patrick Patton reviewed two city projects likely out to bid this week.
“Our South Court docket water tower repainting and servicing will be out to bid on Wednesday (April 13) and on Friday (April 15), our Gates Mills bridge substitution will be out to bid,” Patton reported.
The city is also set to get back again into celebrating new enterprises with the start out of its annually ribbon-reducing ceremonies.
“We are finding all set to get started up our ribbon-cutting path once more starting up on May well 6, which is a Friday, in conjunction with the Chamber of Commerce and Principal Street Medina,” claimed Financial Enhancement Director Kimberly Marshall.
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